Center for Social Concern
Center for Social Concern
While we continue to follow university COVID-19 guidelines, staff are evaluating and exploring our efforts and programming for our community. We appreciate your patience, flexibility, and understanding as we navigate this uncertainty together.
Thank you for a great year!
The Center for Social Concern is an office within the Homewood Student Affairs division of Johns Hopkins University that is dedicated to volunteerism and community engagement. The Center emphasizes the value of service with others. Volunteers and community members enter into an educational process where both benefit from the interaction, and reciprocal learning is the common ground for all of our initiatives. Our programs and efforts are striving to create a “better community” in and around the Johns Hopkins campus. Read more below about how to get involved.
- If you are a new student to Hopkins, the CSC’s programs provide a perfect opportunity for you to learn about Baltimore and meet some new friends who have your same interests.
- If you are an upperclassman new to the CSC and looking for a new experience that will be fun and impactful, you’ve come to the right place.
- If you are already active at the CSC, help us spread the word and get students involved and working with you! Tell them about your experiences and which programs have impacted you the most.
- If you are a faculty member, consider teaching a Community-Based Learning course or joining the next Engaged Scholar Faculty and Community Fellows Program cohort.
Read more about our other programs so you can get involved!
Public Service & Social Concern Alumni Affinity Group
Attention students and alum! Want to stay connected to the CSC and community engaged alumni post-graduation? Graduating seniors and alumni can join the Public Service/Social Concern Alumni Affinity Group or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
News & Announcements
Week 3: Neighborhood Improvement/Community Organizing
JANAYA BROWN | FRANCISCAN CENTER My week began slightly discouraging, but by the end I was reminded why I want to keep doing this work. Tensions run high in the nonprofit world, the workload is high, the staff is low, and the rewards are variable. This is the first week
Students get registered, ready for 2020 elections
Hundreds of students get guidance on how to register, how to submit absentee ballots at event hosted by Center for Social Concern
Students join effort to get out the vote
More than 1,800 people from Hopkins have signed up for TurboVote, an online tool that assists with registration, absentee ballots
Hundreds from Hopkins make 'meaningful impact'
Nearly 1,000 participate in community service activities across Baltimore as part of 10th annual President's Day of Service
Hopkins launches voter registration push
Events, resources designed to help students and others get ready to participate in November midterms